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Dakota County Technical College and Inver Hills Community College are hiring a new shared Vice President of Equity and Inclusion,
During our fall semester Student Success Day event on September 21st, 2021, Mark Wallace discussed “Getting Things Done” (GTD) methodology
Civic skills are critical for employment success and effective citizenship. Community-based learning (CBL) teaches skills such as leadership, communication, and collaboration. As a Civic Scholar, you will have the opportunity to earn a $250 scholarship with an option to renew for spring semester. PROGRAM COMPONENTS Civic Scholars
In respect to Suicide Awareness Month and Mental Health Awareness Week, we could like to provide some information and ways we can support each other. Take a moment to connect and reach out to someone who may need help. A simple phone call, message,
IHCC Counselors are Available for Priority Registration Planning for Veterans/Servicemembers and Eligible Dependents
Spring 2022 Registration will begin Monday, October 11, for Student Veterans, Service Members and dependents utilizing VA Education Benefits. We encourage you to schedule a time now to meet with an IHCC Counselor to plan your class schedule, complete the VA Benefits Request form, and
Scholarship applications are now open to help you pay your tuition for spring semester. There are over 70 scholarships available with amounts between $500-$1,500 and applying is easy. The spring Semester Scholarship Application deadline is Friday, October 29th, 2021 at 12 p.m. (noon). A complete list
Student Success Day is Tuesday, September 21. All events are virtual except for the Community Garden Tour and Grocery Bingo! This day is dedicated to YOU – to help you find the resources you need to be successful in college and in your personal and professional life! Zoom
Inver Hills Community College & Dakota County Technical College Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony Tuesday, October 26, 2021 4 – 5 pm Add Event To Your Calendar NEW MEMBERS: Register to Attend Phi Theta Kappa Honoring Excellent Students Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor
Mark Wallace will serve as the keynote speaker for Student Success Day at Inver Hills Community College this fall! More About Mark: Mark Wallace is an author, consultant, educator and speaker. He has spent over 20 years teaching in the public school system in the
Campus Security Report for 2021 is now available online at: https://www.inverhills.edu/CampusResources/Security/pdfs/2021-Annual-Security-Report-Clery-Act.pdf 2021 Annual Security Report Clery Act » In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Inver Hills College monitors criminal activity and publishes an annual report,
Calling all students! You are invited to participate in Inver Hills Community College’s and Dakota County Technical College’s Day of Service on Friday, October 1st! The annual Day of Service is a special occasion to join forces and volunteer virtually, on campus, or throughout Dakota
Did you know there is an election on November 2? Get #VoteReady by getting registered to vote or updating your registration, finding out what’s on your ballot, and making a plan to vote. Join us on Tuesday, September 28th, 9:30 – 11:30 am in the
Inver Hills Theatre AUDITION: Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters Adapted by Shawna C. Evans Directed by George M. Roesler Inver Hills Theatre presents a new telling of classic American Literature. From the pen of one of America’s greatest folk poets and storytellers comes
We are so excited to welcome new and returning students next week! Are you thinking about getting a job this fall? Working a campus job is a great way to earn a competitive wage (all positions are $15/hour), form connections with staff and students, have
As a result of the federal funding received through the American Rescue Plan, we have distributed a $400 student success award to students through the Bank Mobile Process. Eligible students will have received an email with more information. If you or your family’s financial situation
Dear Student, We hope you are well as you prepare for the start of the fall semester. As you know, cases of COVID-19 have been increasing again, especially among those who are unvaccinated. The Chancellor has directed colleges and universities that reside in counties that
This is an important reminder if you currently have an unpaid tuition balance. Students who do not make a payment arrangement by Friday, August 27th may be dropped from all classes on Monday, August 30th. Please take a moment to log into E-Services and select
As you prepare for your summer class(es), we encourage you to access Brightspace Orientation for New Students. This orientation will introduce you to the features used in D2L, the online classroom platform used at Inver Hills Community College. Whether your class is asynchronous (no set
Effective Fall 2021, you will be required to use a college affiliated email address for college related communications. While you have always had the ability to opt-in to a college email address, most of you have chosen to use your personal email addresses instead. This
Inver Hills has been nominated in the Education category for the Star Tribune’s Minnesota’s Best Readers’ Choice Award program! Help us win by voting once a day now through Friday, May 21 in two education sub-categories: College/University and Adult Learning. Click here to vote. You
Inver Hills Counseling and Advising Communication Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Dear Student, Inver Hills Community College, as part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, will receive a second round of federal recovery aid under the Higher Education Emergency Relief
We are preparing for an exciting virtual Gala on Thursday, April 22nd and will recognize outstanding alumni, employees, and community partners at both colleges. Students, please submit nominations for deserving staff members (counselors, advisors, student life, financial aid staff) who have gone above and beyond
Many of these scheduled activities may include talking points, media/video, and discussion around topics such as racism and racial slurs, sexism, misogyny, classism, physical violence, and identity-based discrimination and harassment. The Office of Equity & Inclusion acknowledges that this content may be difficult. We also encourage you to care for your safety and well-being.
How do we acknowledge the changes that our learners are going through? What challenges and inequities do our students face? What was exacerbated by the pandemic? How did you shift? How do you look at your work differently? Which policies and practices did you put in place to meet the shift?
How do you innovate for when Shift Happens?
Inver Hills Community College will be offering holistic admissions application workshops for the MANE nursing program this spring (dates and times below).The purpose of these sessions is to offer opportunities for MANE applicants of Inver Hills to learn more about holistic admissions, get connected to
Join Anthropology Club, Black Student Union, Engineering Club, Math Club, and Student Life for this free Drive-In Move in the Fine Arts East Parking Lot. The movie starts at 8 pm
The Humanize My Hoodie Movement originated from a demand to end the killing of Black and Indigenous People across the world. As descendants of slaves, we recognize how hoodies have been used to amplify the myth of Black criminality. Our mission is to debunk that stereotype by designing revolutionary social justice campaigns for Black and Indigenous People of Color to be HUMANIZED, not criminalized.
Student Life is hosting Inver Advocate Training for Sex Week Training 1 is on April 26th at 2 pmTraining 2 is on April 27th at 2 pm These events are virtual. See description below:Inver Advocate is an interactive session about bystander intervention, identity, and sexual
Use this hyperlink to make a blood donation appointment at a convenient location in your community: Inver Hills Virtual Blood Drive Share this link with your friends and family even if they live in a different state! This link can be used anywhere in the USA!
Why? It is a great opportunity to gain public speaking experience that will look great on a resume. You also have the honor of representing the 2021 IHCC graduating class as you kick off graduation with a pre-recorded message that will provide some words of
Priority registration beings on Monday, March 22nd for the fall semester. We will be offering more on-campus course options in the fall. If you are a student that would benefit from transitioning back to campus, then please do register next week as those seats and
Student Senate serves as official representatives of the student body. They advocate for all students and are the voice of the students to the college! Senate also meets with campus administration, staff and faculty and make decisions to make meaningful changes to the college. All
Please nominate a faculty member who played an important role in your success at Inver Hills. Any member of the faculty can be nominated including Librarians and Counselors. Once a faculty member has won this award they are not eligible to receive it again for